Colt Overseas

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  1. I think we win the AFC South, with a 10-6 record, so long as Luck is good to go for the start of the season. Looking at it objectively, we are clearly better on defense this season, than the 30th ranked defense last season. Our O-line should improve like it did by the end of last season. These improvements are not offset by losing any key players in the FA or to retirement (with the exception of Pat). So I expect our 8-8 record to be better. Yes the divisional rivals will improve, but we only won half our divisional games last year anyway, I would expect us to win no less than that amount this year. Remember our strength of schedule is one of the easiest in the league also. 10-6.
  2. His catch radius doesn't seem to have improved much anyway...
  3. Yeah I completely agree, but what is also important is that that Chudinski and Pagano stick with it, and not abandon the run game like we did in the home game against Houston last year. Also I think the TE we got from Seattle, Williams, it a very good blocker too. A good run game will keep our defense fresh also.
  4. Its also worth mentioning that CP said right now its Blackmon and Hairston for the nickel corner as Dbuts is exclusively at safety for now. I wonder how long it will remain this way, though it would be excellent if one of those rookies stepped up to this level. Hairston though is a very raw talent, I feel its asking alot for him to be the starting nickel day 1, but hey he could do well.
  5. Yeah Malik Jefferson would be the WILL linebacker in our scheme, apparently the Longhorns are going to play him as a pass rusher next season. I think he is an outstanding talent, but there are some off field issues with him. This year will tell a lot about him, he is sometimes inconsistent. He is a ridiculously athletic player, a better player that say Haason Reddick for me. He has top 10 talent, or could have a late first/early second round fall.
  6. Signed the guy for 3yr/25.5mil, he is going to have a cap hit of 10mil in 2017. That makes him about the 8th highest paid 3-4OLB according to Over the Cap. His most productive seasons so far has seen him get a 8.5 sacks in his first year, and 8 sacks two years ago from the Pats. http://www.nfl.com/player/jabaalsheard/2495228/profile I think the contract is a bit inflated to be honest, we are paying the guy double digit sack to type money, something he has yet to do. That said I watched him closely in SB51 and I thought he was very disruptive off the edge. He only got half a sack, but he had another one, only for him to lose his grip of Matt Ryan from his momentum around the edge. He is big and physical and a good 3-4 OLB fit for us. He is going to start and be on the field for alot of snaps, so I think he will just about break the 10 sack mark this year. I also expect himself and Simon to set a solid edge for us this year. Long term though, I see the Colts drafting an OLB in rounds 1 or 2 next year, with who ever that player is, rotating with Sheard and Basham.
  7. 1. Luck 2. Hilton 3. Mewhort 4. Davis 5. Hooker
  8. Im expecting a drastic improvent in the run defense. Hankins finally gives us a good NT while a fit Anderson and Langford should form a much more solid d-line than what weve had in the last few years. Futhermore I think Simon and Sheard will set a solid edge against the run also. Against pass plays, alot will come down to Vontae's health and Wilson's transition to the pros. If both those work out this season for us, it would be massive, becuase were going to be limited in getting after the qb. Spence being a natural WILL who is good in space, will be a valuable player for us in coverage, again the type of player we have been missing. I think finishing 20th would be a good improvement.
  9. The kid is going to be special.
  10. Hopefully our oline can develop into a serious weapon long term. Jack Mewhort, Joe Haeg, Ryan Kelly, Le'Raven Clark, Zach Banner are all under 25, and have still a lot of room for improvement. There is still more left in Costanzo too. I like that Ballard has prioritized building between the lines. He gets it, Grigson didn't.
  11. I thought Chris Muller had a decent chance.
  12. Wilson was my favourite. Think he will fix the glaring CB2 need we have had the last few years and form a good duo with Vontae.
  13. Last year, he and Chester Rodgers were neck and neck in the pre season games for that last WR spot on the playing roster. Tevaun was unlucky in the end to be fair, he probably a better WR than Bray, its just Bray is the KR/PR.
  14. Dalton Crossan's measures: 4.46 40, 6.84 3-cone, 4.06 shuttle, 35" vert, 10-2 broad at 5-11, 204 Pretty impressive. I hope we get to see this guy in preseason, looks very shifty on tape and has good receiving skills. It would be good to get a talented feature back on the roster, Ferguson was disappointing last year.
  15. DE: Langford NT: Hankins DT: Anderson SAM: Simon MIKE: Walker Jr. WILL: Jackson EDGE: Sheard CB: Wilson SS: Geathers FS: Hooker CB: Davis Slot: Butler Basham to be rotating regularly with Sheard. Ridgeway to play on 3rd downs.

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